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    Creating Subject Conduct reports in Sims Behaviour Management

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    We use sims to create group report on behaviour for all form groups, but i've been asked to do the same per subject - is this possible?

    Has anyone done this with as little manipulation (zero) as possible.

    I can create reports listing the behaviours/achievements with subjects, then use a pivot table to separate them into subjects, but its not as neat and involves quite a bit of time, compared to the form group ones which print very simply at the touch of a button each night.

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    I think that the home page widgets will do what you want for forms and subjects. No need to print anything.

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    Phil is right, the home page widgets do this, but of course that's not going to work for a lot of people, as they want paper.
    @ieuanprice - if you add Conduct Information to your report, filter by Achievement, and subject, or behavior and subject, you can do this.

    I have reports for unresolved incidents, as well as a couple special departments that are set up with this kind of filter - only thing is it will only pull in achievement/behavior incidents that have been assigned from the register, or if a teacher has actually populated the subject from add behavior/add achievement screen.

    and if the behavior incident was generated by the teacher putting a student straight into detention you won't have any of the info.

    when I did my unresolved incidents report I built it for one house/subject, and then just duplicated it over and over changing the house/department - the first report took probably 10 minutes to design, the rest were done in about 1-2 minutes each.

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    Thanks, I've been playing around and have created a report based on class and used a subject filter, fortunately nearly all incidences are recorded using the register so we're ok on that.

    Thanks for your help

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    What am I missing on the widget configuration? I can't see an option to select subject in the conduct summary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthCoastSaint View Post
    What am I missing on the widget configuration? I can't see an option to select subject in the conduct summary.
    I didnt think it was possible either. My HoDs have been asking for this for yonks. I just make them run a report.

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    As an option in the widget would be fantastic for subject leaders, maybe it'll come in the future......

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    yeah, sorry, I forgot how I set ours up, but I have them for senior tutors, sixth form, and reg groups, not subjects.

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